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Looking to return to the win column, the Cornerstone women's soccer team returns to action on Wednesday, playing host to Goshen. The matchup at Cornerstone Stadium is slated to begin at 7 p.m., and is part of a double-header with the Cornerstone men's soccer team.
A Look at the Golden Eagles
Cornerstone looks to continue their dominate play after sporting a 5-1 overall record, with their only loss coming to the hands of No. 8 Spring Arbor back on Sept. 5. The Golden Eagles shoot to continue in the win column, after going 3-0 in their last three matchups. This past Thursday, Cornerstone knocked off the Pilots from Bethel College, 3-1, at Cornerstone Stadium.
Midfielder Riley Steen and forward Maile Carigon lead Cornerstone with three goals on the season, followed by trio of players who have notched in two goals apiece: Kerri Hoffman, Morgan Vance, and Amanda Van Laar. Kathy Butt has played all six contests in goal for the Golden Eagles and holds a 1.65 goals-against average. The netminder also has 22 saves on the year (.688 save percentage).
Scouting the Goshen College Maple Leafs
Goshen enters Wednesday's matchup with a 4-2-0 overall record in the 2012 season. The Maple Leafs are coming off a 2-1 loss against Trinity International. Prior to the loss, Goshen was riding a four game win streak against William Penn University, Manchester University, Anderson University, and Andrews University.
Midfielder Dana Christner is leading the way with goals (7), assists (1) and points (15). On the defensive end, goalkeeper Lynn Weaver holds a 1.198 goals-against average tallying 18 saves on the year (.720 save percentage).
Golden Eagles Double-Header
Prior to the women's match, the men will take to Cornerstone Stadium as they host Saint Xavier University. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m.
Coming up Next
Cornerstone will look towards the road on Sept. 26 when they play Rochester College at Ultimate Soccer Arena in Pontiac, Michigan. Game time is slated for 4 p.m.
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